Flexxon Debuts AI Hardware Solution for Full-Stack Security Attestation

Hardware cybersecurity company Flexxon has unveiled the world’s first standalone AI-powered hardware solution for full-stack security attestation.
Flexxon says its new Server Defender uses patented algorithms that enable independent, full-stack security for real-time monitoring and response against Zero Day threats, as well as instant data restoration in the unlikely event of a breach.
“We are excited to unveil Server Defender today, building on the success of our hardware-based XPHY endpoint solutions,” said Camellia Chan, CEO and Co-Founder of Flexxon. “Server Defender is built upon a revolutionary technology that will change the cyberwar landscape in our favour by addressing the greatest needs of end users and service providers.”
“This platform ensures businesses can maintain seamless service delivery even in the event of a breach while facilitating lightning-fast data recovery and providing granular recovery points with negligible data loss.”
Chan says Server Defender not only includes real-time monitoring and response capabilities, but the platform can also reduce downtime by at least 50% and instantly restore lost or compromised data.
The CEO adds that Flexxon developed Server Defender to address the spectrum of issues pre-emptively, during, and postattack. Its capabilities are built upon Flexxon’s multi-patented Matrix Shield technology, which constantly monitors attack vectors targeting the PCIe system protocol, memory subsystem, kernel level, OS level, and network layers.
The algorithm transforms all objects and files into fundamental numeric representations to offer real-time threat detection and seamless live reversion, delivering minimal downtime even in the face of file or system corruption. To achieve comprehensive detection, response and recovery, the Matrix Shield security vault uses a combination of matrices, neural networks, and a validation system to ensure that data is stored and monitored securely.
Server Defender provides centralised security monitoring across multiple servers and data centres. This unified view delivers a complete, real-time picture of a user’s server security status everywhere, functioning like a command centre for total oversight. Through big data analytics, Server Defender can identify even the most subtle attack patterns that may go unnoticed when looking at just one server.
Phase 1 of Server Defender’s rollout emphasises a full architecture attack surface reduction, effectively minimising weak spots and risks to set a strong foundation for threat detection and response against sophisticated attacks. Delivering Zero Day protection, the platform can identify, prioritise, and close attack paths leading to Tier 0 assets, the most critical and sensitive resources within an organisation’s IT infrastructure. Given the mission-critical nature of these assets, their immediate prioritisation and protection are essential first steps for any organisation or service provider.
Capabilities and features that early access partners can expect include;
  • Enhanced data security through the patented Data Bus Sentinel, which monitors read and write operations to RAM;
  • Threat detection through real-time data acquisition and security verification;
  • Direct Memory Access attack monitoring via a user-friendly web portal to track and monitor at all times; and
  • Business continuity assurance through the recovery engine and automated rollback guardian.
Initial testing continues, and improvements are continuously added, including a 90% reduction in false positives, a 50% faster threat detection, a 50% reduction in downtime, and a 35% faster threat resolution.
In the following months, additional features will be tested and integrated to further strengthen security capabilities across the entire network, remedy software vulnerabilities, and shut down an ever-evolving range of emerging cyberattacks.
Phases 2 and 3 will deliver a full architecture threat detection and response, such as monitoring and response to a wide range of malware threats, including fuzzers, analysis, backdoors, denial of service, exploits, generic, reconnaissance, shellcode, and worms. New application layer security from leveraging the physical hardware layer to fortify all seven layers of the OSI model and five layers of TCP/IP model, will ensure a collaborative defence that leaves no room for threats to penetrate any external or internal layer for a truly comprehensive security posture.
Scheduled for full release by the end of 2024, Flexxon will share updates on Server Defender’s general availability as and when it becomes available on its official platforms.